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Situated on the corner of Barton and Ninth streets, D's Place provides Soulard residents a cozy atmosphere to catch the game while grabbing a bite to eat. The menu features bar food staples, such as pizza, burgers, wings and T-ravs while adding D's personal touches to some of items, including the D's Burger, which is topped with bacon, sautéed red onion, cheddar and Monterey jack cheeses, and barbecue sauce. For those more interested in playing games rather than watching, D's also has a variety of its own video games, such as Golden Tee. Drink specials include a Ladies Night on Thursdays, with a bottomless cup for any member of the fairer sex retailing for just $5.
d. Dooley's 026 offers a spacious dining room and bar for guests to enjoy their vast selection of dishes. Starters feature classics, including pretzel bites, nachos and wings. Pizzas include a barbecue chicken pizza, Gerber and "Momma D's," a pizza with alfredo sauce, roast beef, peppers and onions. d. Dooley's 026 also offers wraps, pastas, burgers, sandwiches and a selection of entrées such as seafood, chicken and pork options as well as multiple steaks. During weekdays, diners can partake in a lunch buffet.
Upon entering Da Baldo's, guests are treated to the white-linen, old-school Italian dining experience with a St. Louis touch. Appetizers include prosciutto and melon, stuffed mushrooms and -- here's the St. Louis part -- toasted ravioli. The pasta menu offers fettuccine alfredo and cannelloni among other options. Da Baldo's entrées feature the mainstay Italian staples -- seafood, chicken, steaks and plenty of veal choices, including veal liver ghiotta with tomato, onions and capers. Finish off the classic Italian meal with one of Da Baldo's many options, such as tiramisu, sorbet or tartufo - chocolate and pistachio ice cream in a chocolate shell.
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